Milwaukee County still has 45,000 ballots to count in the midterm election, as two statewide races remain locked in a razor-thin race.
Votes in the city of Milwaukee, along with absentee votes, early votes and vote by mail ballots still need to be counted.
In the race for governor, Gov. Scott Walker and Tony Evers are neck and neck, both with 49 percent of the vote with 88 percent of the vote counted.
For attorney general, Josh Kaul and incumbent Brad Schimel also locked in a 49-49 percent tie.